Cubs series tickets force divorcing couple into court
The desire to watch the Chicago Cubs win the Major League Baseball World Series title has officially peaked such that a divorcing couple is making it an issue in divorce court.
In documents obtained by The Associated Press from Cook County Circuit Court on Friday, October 28, Nancy Riddle submitted an “emergency petition for World Series tickets” to see Game 4 on Saturday, October 29. The petition comes because Judge Marya Nega ruled her estranged husband, fellow Cubs fan John Riddle, could keep the tickets for himself and their 12-year-old son. However, Nega stipulated that John Riddle should pay for a seat for Nancy in a section comparable to his. A ticket for the World Series games starts at $3,000.
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